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Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: SeanRescueMom] #171628
08/05/11 11:04 AM
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Mary Jane, thank you for sharing a little of Wolf. That is such a moving tribute to a wonderful boy teary You and your husband are in my thoughts and prayers.

Run free sweet Wolf butterfly


Molly Moo (aka The Piranha, 4 legged mouth) GSD (31/10/09)
Cooper GSD (The Gremlin) 19/10/11
Texas - Tabby cat (Feb 1996-2013) Run free sweet Teppie
Paris - Tabby cat (Feb 1996-2013) Run free my beautiful girl.
Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: bianca] #171654
08/05/11 02:46 PM
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What a beautiful tribute butterfly Wolf was a special boy. How lucky all of you were to have found each other.

Run free Wolf....


Angel

Pround mom of....


Ella RATI,RATO,CGC -GSD 7 years old,
Nash -GSD 5 years old
Jake,Hero,Bailey and Gus -GSD's-always in my heart
Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: AngelJ] #171785
08/06/11 02:07 AM
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The love between you and your Wolf is palpable in your beautiful tribute. What a gorgeous and sensitive dog, and perceptive human. Thank you for sharing a glimpse of you and Wolf.


Sarah
Chip vom Dog Pound, border terrior, Director of Rodent Control, CGC
Elly von Rescue, GSD, CGC, HI(C)
Captain Jack, Mama Blue, Little Orca, Bübchen, Tux, Cherub (pocket lions)

Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: shepnterrier] #171816
08/06/11 04:37 AM
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What a beautiful tribute to handsome Wolf and his family. Every person and every dog in the world should know such love and devotion. gsdhead


Pat

Marshall Dillon - 20 months old
Kaiser - 11 1/2 yrs old - At the Bridge
Ray (Radar) - 8 yrs old - At the Bridge
Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: kaisersmom] #171847
08/06/11 02:09 PM
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I can't say it any better than you have Mary Jane, or any of the responses you have received.

A true tribute to an animal once thrown away, who was saved, and who gave as much as he got.

Thinking of you and your DH.

Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: JeanKBBMMMAAN] #171882
08/06/11 09:40 PM
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Thinking of you today hugging


MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

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Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: MaxaLisa] #171952
08/07/11 02:26 PM
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gsdhalo That's a beautiful tribute to Wolf!!!


Gayle
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My Bridge Kids: Andy, Abbey, Tasha, Tex, Echo, Yukon, JR, Too, Niki, Bo, Ringer, Kelly, Honey, Mac, Slider & Bruiser
Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: arycrest] #172009
08/07/11 11:03 PM
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I really appreciate your compassion.

Today I picked up Wolf's ashes. I will put some in a tiny silver pillbox that my grandmother used 50 years ago to carry her saccharine tablets. She carried her sweetness in it and I will carry mine.

I love that dog.

Mary Jane

Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: Mary Jane] #172013
08/07/11 11:09 PM
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Originally Posted By: Mary Jane
I really appreciate your compassion.

Today I picked up Wolf's ashes. I will put some in a tiny silver pillbox that my grandmother used 50 years ago to carry her saccharine tablets. She carried her sweetness in it and I will carry mine.

I love that dog.

Mary Jane


wub

I have a lot of dog ashes in my life. Basu is on the mantelpiece. Chama's ashes are spread at the cottage in the woods, in the water and on all of her favorite walks. A little of them are under a tree where she liked to sleep and chase squirrels. And the rest winter over at the cottage. She loved it there and always wanted to live there so I figured her ashes could stay over each winter. Massie's are spread at the cottage in different places and I saved a little bit in a tiny medicine bottle that my niece beaded for me.


Ruth

Rafi, the german malaroo, age 9.5ish
http://www.dogster.com/dogs/693238

Varda & Gio (the crazy cattens)
...............
Warming my heart:
Queen Cleopatra
Chama
Kai
Basu
Massie
Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: BowWowMeow] #172030
08/08/11 12:42 AM
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a beautiful tribute to a beautiful dog I am glad he brought so much joy to your life as I'm sure you did his


Diane
Ozzie von Kleinen Hain
Jakoda's Kholee
Tranquillo's Kizzy
Danger Danger von Kleinen Hain aka "Masi"
"Angel" Harmonyhill's Hy Jynx aka "Jynx"
"Angel" Jakoda's Jagged Edge aka "Jag"
"Angel" Sami
"Angel" Dodge
Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: GSDTrain] #172214
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Mary Jane, I'm new here, but have read the threads for several months now and followed what was happening with Wolf. Through reading your loving words about him, a total stranger like me was brought to tears upon learning of his passing.

When I saw the pics you posted in this tribute, the first thing that came to mind was: thanks to you wonderful people, Wolf experienced doggie heaven right here on earth. The smile on his face as he runs through green fields or sits by a peaceful lake with the comforting touch of his buddy's hand on his shoulder is certainly what every dog should know in THIS life. So many dogs reach heaven having never caught even a glimpse of that here on earth. Thank you for putting that wonderful smile on Wolf's face. Regardless how long they're with us, the goal is to achieve precisely that. Please take comfort in knowing Wolf recognized heaven when he arrived because you'd shown him what it looked and felt like.

I'm so sorry for your loss.

Diane S.

Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: Diane] #172465
08/10/11 02:33 PM
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I am so sorry for you and your husbands loss Mary Jane. With a bond like you all had forever wouldn't have been long enough! Know that you all did you could and more to help Wolf.


Natalie

enjoying life with Penny 6/04 & Blaze 11/12
while Sasha 1/05-11/12 watches over us

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Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: Mary Jane] #172513
08/10/11 05:30 PM
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Originally Posted By: Mary Jane
Today I picked up Wolf's ashes. I will put some in a tiny silver pillbox that my grandmother used 50 years ago to carry her saccharine tablets. She carried her sweetness in it and I will carry mine.


I was thinking about this the other day, as I was putting Indy's locket away for the night. That locket I got when I was either 13 or 16 years old from my parents, and as I was trying to remember, I was thinking about your silver pillbox, and the special things we use to these precious ones dear to us.


I love this:
Originally Posted By: Mary Jane
She carried her sweetness in it and I will carry mine.


MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

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Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: MaxaLisa] #172600
08/11/11 12:51 AM
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I don't know what to say, just checking in and thinking of the sweetness.

Re: A Lamb in Wolf's clothing [Re: JeanKBBMMMAAN] #172702
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Mary Jane,

I don't get over here much but when I saw this I knew I had to respond. I was there the day you first saw Wolf and I couldn't believe such a tiny person could handle such a big dog but I was SO wrong. He was so gentle with you and Susan and I knew he had found his true home. I wish you could have had a few more years with him but what you both had was very enriching as your beautiful pictures show. My heart goes out to you and your husband. May you both find peace in knowing you provided him a wonderful home and he is watching you from above.

Sue

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